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In 1964 Fritz Neuser sold two Alfa Giulia Ralley to Viersen and took a totally dissembled Abarth 1000 Bialbero, Series I, for them by payment. After the construction of this Abarth 1000, he explained to his wife and co-boss of the company Auto-Neuser, that a good "retail price" can only be achieved, if this Racecar will be driven and is quick. 
Due to the fact that Fritz Neuser was attracted to car racing, this was the moment when he began his career as a racing driver. Therefore the Scuderia Auto-Neuser was born.

In Happurg Fritz Neuser drove this wonderful car to the 1st victory in the sports car class up to 1000 cubic centimetres. From this time on, the Abarth wasn't been up for sale anymore!

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In the next five following years, Fritz Neuser drove another Abarth Bialbero as well as 2 Alfa Romeo 1300 GTA. With these two cars, in 1968 and 1969 he won twice the mountain championship. Then he drove an Alfa 1600 Tubolare Zagato I (the Factory race car of Herbert Schulz) with which even the "mountain king" Sepp Greger was defeated. Most recently the fastest of all Scuderia Auto-Neuser racing cars - a Porsche Carrera 906 - was bought from the freshly crowned Swiss European Champion Heini Walter from Basel. Neuser won with it in the Bavarian area nearly everything - until an accident in 1969 knocked off the victory series abrupt.

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From the 906 Carrera one of the few 907 Bergspider was built in the prototype department of the Porsche Factory. With this Toni Fischhaber became the European mountain champion.

Fritz Neuser finished his motor sport career because of business reasons. His proud results: From 1965 to 1969 he won 52 out of 68 races.

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If Fritz Neuser is asked today, which sport was nicer - cycling or motorsport - he couldn't give an answer ad hoc. Both had something special at its time. In cycling - that is the difference - he won 337 races and 12 German masteries in different disciplines within 10 years.

He was at home at the international cycling scene. Silverlaurelcarrier since 1951 - Olympic participant 1956 in Melbourne.

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